Thursday FGS

| September 22, 2022 | 10 Comments


Man tracks stolen car with GPS, shoots alleged thief
The suspect was hospitalized, and the car owner was released by the police

Police say a man tracked down his stolen car using GPS and then shot the suspected thief after the man pointed a gun at him.

The vehicle was stolen in Tacoma and the owner was able to track it to Federal Way, KOMO-TV reported Saturday.

The 42-year-old owner told police when he confronted the suspect, the man pointed a handgun at him so he shot him.

The 29-year-old suspect was hospitalized. The owner of the stolen car was interviewed by police and released.

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Fox News

This could have ended in tears- is a car worth it? Mine isn’t.

Spring business owner chases down thieves who tried to steal $1,000 worth of supplies from Halloween store
Between the pandemic and supply chain issues, its been a challenging time for a small business owner in Spring. So, when thieves stole from his store, he had enough.

SPRING, Texas — Being a small business owner has been a bit scary at times for Glenn Mehterian, haunted by the very real frights of staying afloat the past few years.

“COVID and parties just didn’t happen,” said Cool Kat Party Warehouse owner Mehterian, “But rent did.”

His store located off Spring Cypress Road has also been impacted by a worker shortage. So, on Sunday, when two women were caught on surveillance cameras picked trick over treat, Mehterian had enough. He said one woman pretended to need his help while the other one rolled more than $1,000 worth of fog machines and other merchandise out the door and started loading their car.

Mehterian chased them down.

“Yeah, I think there’s a certain amount of frustration of…. working your butt off and having individuals, I guess, that feel they are titled to something that they are not.”

He was able to grab some of the items back but said the women drove away with another $400 worth of fog machines. Frustrated, Mehterian posted the alleged video of the thieves online.

He was touched to see messages of support roll in, and then a message that said they just saw one of the women in handcuffs outside a nearby store.

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KHOU!

When civilization collapses folks will take matters in hand to protect themselves and property. Can’t blame ’em at all. Thanks again, Gun Bunny.

We must reject the idea that every time a law’s broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
– Ronald Reagan

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ninja

Here is another FGS…

Wonder who will get the $40,000 Reward…😉😎

“Fat Leonard’ Captured: Navy Corruption Scandal Mastermind Nabbed In Venezuela After Weeks On The Run”

https://www.foxnews.com/us/fat-leonard-captured-navy-corruption-scandal-mastermind-nabbed-venezuela-after-weeks-run

“He was nabbed while trying to board a plane to another country. He will remain in Venezuela awaiting extradition to the U.S.”

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Sapper3307

Fat Leanard got picked up in Venezuela.

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ninja

Not a FGS…

Interesting…a Marine as well…

“Baltimore Police Arrest ‘Good Guy With The Gun’ Who Stopped Armed Attacker”

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/sep/2/good-samaritan-faces-charges-after-stopping-armed-/

“After Marine veteran Lloyd Muldrow stopped an attack by an armed assailant at a Baltimore bar, police officers thanked him — and then they arrested him.”

“Now the Good Samaritan credited with saving a man’s life faces up to a year in prison, charged with violating a city ordinance that forbids bringing handguns within 100 feet of a public building, even though he neutralized the attack without drawing his pistol.”

“Mr. Muldrow, a North Carolina security specialist, holds a concealed weapons permit, but it was issued in Virginia, not Maryland. Even so, he has no intention of accepting a plea deal when he appears at his Oct. 31 hearing in Baltimore Circuit Court.”

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Steve 1371

I am way from my AO right now but I will contribute to Mr Muldrow’s defense upon my return. This is total un American horse shit!
Lloyd and I served in the same 8th Engineer Btn. Although at different time periods.

ninja

👍👍👍👍👏👏👏👏

THANK YOU, Steve 1371!!!!

You Rock!!!

KoB

Damn shame that civilization hasn’t completely collapsed, yet, but Good Citizens are already, and have been, become forced to protect their property. Flip side is that when citizens become the apprehender, judge, jury, and administrator of punishment, it frees up the court system. Swift and sure punishment should be put upon the perp instead of punishing society.

I guess it’s obvious, to those that have been paying attention, as to why that particular flag is one of my all time favorites. The posting of it is also proof that our Beloved AW1Ed loves me and wants me to be happy.

Old tanker

That is not just shoplifting, that is considered Burglary and conspiracy (both felonies given the amount of theft) in my home state.

Berliner

That story about the guy tracking his stolen truck was local.

“The 29-year-old man who was shot might have pointed a handgun at the truck owner before he fired, according to police. The injured man was transported to Harborview Medical Center in stable condition.
Police said the 42-year-old Ford owner used GPS to track his truck to the location. He was interviewed and released pending a prosecutor’s review of the investigation.”

Over 4k cars have been stolen in the Seattle area YTD since the majority D legislature passed a law banning police chases without police having “probable cause” such as actually witnessing the theft.

Berliner

A fresh auto theft… of a Lakewood Police patrol car…
“Whether you’re a former elected official, a police officer or even a brewer of a local beer, no one is wholly safe from car theft in Pierce County. Wednesday evening, Lakewood police had to track down a man who took an unlocked patrol car for a drive onto Interstate 5.
The theft occurred when Lakewood Police officers were on a call regarding a person with a mental health issue, Lt. Chris Lawler said in an email to The News Tribune. He said it was that person who got into the vehicle at about 8:20 p.m. and drove away.
The 34-year-old man drove the patrol car from a residential neighborhood in the 9800 block of Veterans Drive Southwest to northbound Interstate 5. Lawler said officers tracked the patrol car, and the man pulled over on the freeway at 72nd Street when officers signaled for him to stop.”